Tibetan Buddhist ring, lotus flower. Rotating flower in the center. silver 925, turquoise copper or agate nan hong. Adjustable size.

Tibetan Buddhist ring, lotus flower. Rotating flower in the center. silver 925, turquoise copper or agate nan hong. Adjustable size.


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Tibetan Buddhist ring, lotus flower.
Rotating flower in the center, thanks to a precision ball bearing system, developed in Germany.
silver 925 punched
the choice of turquoise from Hubei province or agate nan hong (southern red) from Yunnan province, volcanic agate in front of its intense red color with its natural cinnabar content.
Size adjustable by a sliding system as shown in the ninth photo.

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In Buddhist symbolism, the lotus represents the purity of body, speech, and spirit, as if floating above the muddy waters of attachment and desire. The Buddha is often depicted sitting on a giant lotus leaf or button. According to legend, he was born with the ability to walk and wherever he set foot, lotus flowers bloomed.

In Buddhism the lotus flower is emblematic of Buddha. Throughout the Indian world there are many paintings, sculptures and representations of the lotus flower. This is due to the unique peculiarity of the lotus which is the only aquatic plant whose flower is above the water unlike water lilies and other cousins whose flower floats on the water. This image, connoting the lightness, of the flower rising above the surface of the water joins that of Buddha so light that he rests like a cat above the ground.

The symbolism of the lotus in Buddhism is still due to the fact that the seed and the flower appear together, it is the simultaneity of the cause (the seed) and the effect (the flower) in the law of causality of the universe which is one of the major concepts of Buddhist philosophy. To this must be added that the lotus draws its vital substance from the mud to flourish, indeed, above the water. Thus "mud" represents suffering, troubles, desires, which are the very soil of our fulfillment. It is therefore possible to transform one's karma through enlightenment, the attainment of Buddhahood, thanks to our awakening to the law of causality.

Always present in domestic altars and temples, the lotus is both ornament and religious offering.

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